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    is there anybody to help me with this structure??

    I need some example sentances for this structure,would you please help me?
    subject+verb+object+complement
    thank you..

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    Re: is there anybody to help me with this structure??

    Quote Originally Posted by rosa87 View Post
    I need some example sentances for this structure,would you please help me?
    subject+verb+object+complement
    thank you..
    There are two main types.

    Renaming the object:

    The President named Mr. Smith Ambassador to China.
    The citizens elected him Mayor.
    The Cardinals made him Pope.

    Resultative adjectives:

    The chef cooked the steak rare.
    The man painted the fence red.
    She swept the floor clean.

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